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Hi all

IS there anyone who can tell if there is a registry fix to let the calendar in Outlook really start at 8 AM.
Now it starts at 0:00 AM and you can change the working hours in Outlook but they you will see only a different colour at 8 AM but is there really a way to let Outlook calendar start at 8 AM

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Stefan
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